Microcosmos

“Chirp Chirp”

Microcosmos, Claude Nuridsany and Marie Pérennou’s incredible film of a meadow on a summers day, released in 1996, 84 minutes. In Microcosmos the animal world is bought to life with the aid of ‘Macrovision ‘ and specially adapted cameras. In Microcosmos the images are so good that you have to remind yourself that this is real life, and this happens every hour of every day.

Microcosmos provides romance, chivalry, humor, drama and a unique look at entomological eroticism. 15 years of research, 2 years of equipment design, 3 years of shooting, Microcosmos shows that you don’t have to turn to science fiction to find an alien and unimaginable world. (Excerpt from website)

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